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SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 150, 1893.
SHOES II Mill !
A good assortment from cheap to best grades. We buy
for CASH and sell for CASH, and
WILL SAVE YOU
From 15 to 25 per cent, on all your purchases.
Stolen from tlio Public
SILVER MEN TO RENEW THE FIGHT
The New York Racket
when you want Oil Clothing, Gossamers, Macintoshes, Eubber
Hat", wool and lur hats, hosiery and notions.
E. T.. BARNES.
State Insurance Block, 333 Com'iiSt.
Ed. C. Cross,
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
95 Court and
110 State Streets,
EX Meeker & Co.,
OFFICE, Oberheitn Block, up stairs, Salem.
W. A. TEMPLETON, Gen'l Agent.
Is experienced when you lJZ
DR CONTRIS, as he uses the Hale method, bold or ror
SSn crowninseked. All kinds of plate wo:k done. Bndge
work and fine gold fillings a specialty.
Over Gray Bros,
AND YOtf WJLNT
GUNS - AND
The Sherman Law Was Not to
Blame tor tlio Hard
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WIL-AIVLI ded by day or week
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The very beat of lneata at all tlmea,
and the" beat of service.
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Washington, Nov. 30. The publl
cation of Blount's Hawaiian report this
morning doea not seem to have discon
certed the state department particular
ly. It contalQB little ualdo from what
was summarized and Indicated in Q res
ham's letter to the president. Gresbam
declines to talk about it. It la inti
mated that the report was stolen from
the government printing office, where
it was put in type Saturday night.
Hawaiian Minister Thurston Is in con
sultation with Gresham this morning.
Washington, Nov. 20. Silver men
propose to renew the silver fight when
congress meets. Bland says sufficient
time has elapsed since the repeal of tho
Sherman law to show that it is not re
sponsible for hard times, and that its
repeal instead of helping matters has
made them worse. He says he haa pri
vate assurances from a large number of
those who voted for repeal to make It
evident that he can get a majority In
the bouse for free coinage, and ho has
prepared a bill for early introduction
which is practically a revival of the
free coinage law of 1837, and "makes
silver coins of all denominations full
egal tender to any amount. It Is his
purpose not to push this bill at once,
but to allow first reasonable time for
the passage of the tariff bill. He
thinks there should be a heavy reduc
tion in the tariil and a large Income
Columbus, Nov. 20. Official count
show McKlnley had plurality of 80,095,
and mijority over all 43,026 In lato
The Lehigh Strike.
Jersey City, Nov. 20. No train
over the Lehigh Valley road, has left
here since last night. This morning
the strikers congregated at Johnson
avenue bridge and threw stones at the
men in charge of the engines. An ox
tra force of police was sent there and
to the yards.
New YonK, Nov. 20. The Brazilian
cruiser Nlchtoroy passed Sandy Hook
outward bound this morning, hef ded
south, at half speed.
Barcelona, Nov. 20.-Slx loaded
bombs have been found In a garden of
a private house. It is supposed they
were hidden there by anarchists.
Washington, Nov. 20. The Mexi
can minister has complained to the
Secretary of State that Texans do not
try to preveut the violation of neutral
El Paso, Tex., Nov. 20.-The Mex'.
can revolutionists have scattered circu
lars throughout the valley on both slda
r .h nio Grande, offering men f 2 60 a
dy to fight, each man to furnish him
self 100 cartridge, anu jo ui-jr w
armed with rifle and pistol. The clrcu-
io, fllsned Santa Ana rem. geuo.-
al-ln chief of the North. Mlcaro Pas-
beceandValento Garcia were....
tt9 the other rebel generals. The dea
of the leaders of the rebel forces Is to
offer Inducement- to the great army r
unemployed pawing through this polo
from California, and by their aid effect
" rf the northern states of
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Mexico. Rebellion is icUj
In the south of that republic.
EARTHQUAKE AND STORMS.
Torriblo Destruction On Land and
Sea Snow Blockado Iu
London, Nov. 20. A dlspatoh says
the towu of Kuohan, Persia, Is two
thirds destroyed by an earthquake.
The gale in the English ohannel was
renewed with fury today. Disasters and
fatalities are reported on all sides, and
distressed vessels aro seen off every
part of the coast. The storm is also
continuing havoc inland. Railroads are
blocked with snow. In one place a
train la In a 20 foot snow bank, and a
gang of 100 men with a snow plow have
been at work all day trying to release
The Storm off England.
Liverpool, Nov. 19. Tho gale con
tinues and reports arriving hero after
many hours delay, owing to the break
down of the telegraph wires indicate au
immense amount of damage has been
done shipping throughout the country.
At Holyhead 20 lives have been saved
up to noou. 10 of them being from a
French brigantine which went ashore
near that place. At Scarborough, a
fashionable Eugltsu watering place,
more or lessdamago has been dono to a
number of bouses. At Suudorlaud sev
eral houses uavo been partially wrecked
and one buitdiug collapsed, killing a
woman. The chimuoy of a paper mill
near Kendall fell during tho storm, kil
ling three people. At -Dundee a pilot
cutter waa wreokod In tho Tay and the
crew clung to the wreck for several
hours before resnued by a lifeboat. The
steamer Uulou was wrecked near Dun
dee and fourof the crew drowued. In
addition, there were many minor ship
ping casualties. A dispatch from Fros
urburgh says, the storm eclipsed Iu sev
erity that of the night of the Tay
bridge disaster. At Huddlestleld a
chimney fell, killing two people. A
largo steamer, foundered near Rocky
headland, called the Garron. The sand
beach near the Banff aboro is atrown
with wreckage, and It Is learned the
crow numbering 25 hands, wero lost
with the vessel. Lord and Lady Mor
ton and family had a narrow escape on
board their steam yacht, which was
driven by the storm with great force,
smashing lu the starboard bulwarks,
The party was rescued with some diffi
culty aud placed aboard the steamer
uutil the storm bad abated.
Berlin, Nov. 20. A dispatch from
Flensburg says: A northeast galo has
driven the sea over lower portions of
the towu, and that the water Ib still
rising. Great damage has already been
done. The storm has done considerable
damageatall Baltic points, and a num
ber of wrecks are reported.
FROM KANAKA LAND.
Minister Stovous Assisted
MARINES LANDED WITHOUT EXCUSE
Minister Willis Found Sentiment
Against tho Quoon.
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Bank Cashier Arrested.
New Whatcom, Wash., Nov. 10.
Colonel C. M. Atkins, of the governor's
staff, cashier of the suaponded FlrstNa
tlonal bank of this city, was arrested
at bis residence hero by Deputy United
States Marshal McGionls on a warrant
Issued by United Stages Commissioner
Sprlggs, of Seattle, aworu out by J. K
Rae, partner of ex-Treasurer Isensee in
the logging business. There are seven
allegations In the complaint, the
imrM bemir that Mr. Atkins, as
ohinrof tho bank, embezzled and
misapplied certain specific sums deposl
ted therein aud made false entries in
the bank's books, reports and state
mouts. Tho news of the arrest created
q ii assentation when Itbccame known.
The geueral oplulou of persons well ac
quainted with Mr. Atkins Is that such
summary proceedings are altogether
uncalled for and unjust. Borne say It
Is pure spite work, growing out of tho
sale some time ago of Improvement
warrant of tbo city of old Whatcom,
which the bank received from Rae as
collateral for a large advance In con
tracts and was urged to dispose of fin
ally to secuie Its claim. Atkins sa
that the allegations of criminality ure
untrue, that ho can Bxcouut satisfac
torily for the entries alleged to be falae,
and for all payments of money made
by blm as cashier. The books of the
bank have been open for five months
tlnce the bank smpended and he be
itftVM his administration of the bank's
.ffvirawlll compare with that of other
WasiUNOTON, Nov. S9-Bcreiary
Carlisle ba ordered the release of ten
Rurflsu oouvlctl, plCKea upavwaauu
.....I-,! at Haa Francisco. It U under.
Md the Ruwlan minister her will
endeavor to have them re-arreited and
New York, Nov. 20. The Herald
prints under n Washington dato what
purports to bo a large portion of the
report of Commissioner Blount, and
sums up as follews: Commissioner
Blount's report will show that Minister
Stevens landed troops from the Boston
long before there was any valid exouse
for their presonoe on Hawaiian soil,
and declined to remove them when re
quested to do so by tho government,
and was Informed by tho authorities
they wore willing and nblo to prosorvo
order and proteot tho Amerlcau Inter
Tho troops wore stationed aoross tho
street from tho government building,
In which Minister Stovens know tho
revolutionists wero about to read a pro.
olamatlon, and tho revolutionists' com
mittee relied upon tho American troops
to proteot them In the not of rebellion;
that Stovens recognized the provisional
governmeutacoording to a preconceived
programme before that government ob
tained possession of tho department
and military power at Honolulu, and
the military power surrendered as tho
Queen surrendered, only through awo
of the superior force of the United
States. Commissioner Blount did tho
work with great throughuess. During
tho five or six montliB of his stay In
Honolulu ho worked wltuaBlnglo pur
pose, to ascertain the truth. Ho scour
ed statemeuts from mombers of tho
cabinet of the deposed queen, from
members of tho committee of safety
vhlch brought about tho revolution;
from tho officers of the Boston, aud
from other persons, luotudlng tho quoon
herself. Somo of these persons wore
examined by Blount, a stenographer
Provisional Government Strong.
Washington, Nov. 20. It has been
tho chief fear of tho friends of tho pro
visional government of Hawaii lu this
couutry that, In Its ignorauco or publlo
sentiment hero aud tho first shock of
threatened action by tho United States,
It would yield Its authority. Tho faot
Is, however, that for some time past
the provisional government had aband
oned all hope of favorable action by tho
present administration toward annexa
tion, and had been considering means
to put Itself ou u permanent fooling. It
may be the publlo aud press have come
to a wrong conclusion as to tho oxtent
of Minister Willis' Instructions. Thoy
have supposed that Secretary Gresh
am's letter, declaring what he thought
should bo done, and President Cleve
land's declaration that he agreed with
the secretary's opinions meant they
had determined to proo ed accordingly.
Yet some people believe the publication
must have boon Intended as an appeal
to publlo opinion for Information as to
the course to pursue. It was considered
that the chances of action by Minister
Willis to re tore the queen would be
much lessened after the news of the
reception accorded Secretary Gresh
am's letter In this country had boon
read In the iilands,
The first nows of Secretary Gresham's
letter ought to reach IIouolulu by tho
steamer which left Vancouver Thurs
day, or the one that loft Ban Francisco
Friday, but last Sunday or Monday a
chartered stoamer left Ban Francisco
for Honolulu, having on board some
newspaper moo, and doubtless alsa
some communication from Minister
Thurston to his government. This
would bo after the next steamer to ar
rive at San Franeloo had sailed from
A Droraluent Democratic senator and
a member of the foreign relations com
mittee, who declined to permit the use
of his name, said tenight:
"It seems very clear to me that Willis
has encountered a state of affairs which
be had not beou led to expect. Tho In
ference Justified Is that when Minister
Willis dUcovered the f ellug of the in
telligent people of the Wands was fav.
orable to the prowni governmenmw
weakened lu his determination to re
seat the queen. If, Indeed, the Dole
administration displayed a determina
tion to maintain IU position by force of
Mmu.thrwM nothing for Willis to
dr but to oaaow uls plans nd ask for
To have persutea
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
ABSOLUTEiy PURE i
would havo boon an aot of war, pure
and simple, and no sauo man can bi-
lleve President Cleveland ever contem
plated Buoh a move as that."
The satno senator expressed tho view
that the islands ought to bo annexed to
tho United States, and said their gov
ernment could be made simple And
easy by constituting them a part of tho
state of California.
San Francisco, Nov. 20. Tho Call
says: "If United States Minister Willis
lubiata upon tho relnstatmont of Lllluo
kalaul, the deposed queen of Hawaii,
that woman will be deported from the
Islands, aud tho chances are that tho
exequatur of President Cleveland's en
voy will bo canoeled aud ho will be
returned to this country as persona non
grata. This Is rather astonishing nows,
but It Is a fact, and Is what tho provis
ional government of those Islands has
This Is based upon a long lutervlow
with tho cx-oounBUl-general to Hawaii,
Henry W. Sovoranoo.
Latest from Hawaii.
Chicago, H1b.,Nov. 20. Following
Washington special appoar In aftoinoon
papers: Ho laughs best who laughs
last. Republicans are having a great
deal of fun over Saturday's news from
Hawaii. Thoy are pleased to refer to
tho affair as a fiasco.
Neither president nor sooretary of state
are feeling a bit obagrlued however,
and when tho noxt steamer from Ha
waii arrives It la expected thoy will
thon have their turn to laugh. A dls
patch from Minister Willis has boon
translated and tho correspondent has it
from very high diplomatic authority
that there Is very llttlo doubt tho queen
has by this time beou restored to the
throne. National affairs cannot bo
transacted so speedily at ndalrd ofli
divlduals. When tho Australia left Hawaii,
Presldout Dole probably knew of Wil
lis's Instructions and hud agreed to
grant amnesty to thoso who opposed
her, but they undoubtedly wautcd
something more than her promlso.
Arranging this accounts for delay.
Drowned While Hunting.
Bi'okane, Wash., Nov. 20. Bruce
MaoLood, an estimable young business
man of this city, was drowued lu Phllo
lake, near Spanglo, Saturday morning.
With a party of frlouds he had gone
duok shooting. The lake was frozen at
the edges and Mr. MoLeod walked out
ou tho Ice to got a shot at ducks on the
open water, Ho was warned by his
friends, but kept on until tho Ico broko
bonoath him. He mado a desperate
effort to reach shore, breaking the Ice
as he tried to climb out of the water,
but booamo chilled aud sank n sight
of his agonized companions, who wore
powerless to help him, lie loaves a
young wife. The body waa recovered
at 4 o'clock and sent to Spokane.
Chinese Ready to Register.
Han Fkancibco, Nov. 20. Ofllolal
notice has been given the r preventa
tives of the government lion that the
Chinese aro re dy to register. T. D..
Rlordan, attorney for tho Ix Compan
ies, called upon Collector Qulnn, aud
stated that ho had beeu requested by
that body to Inform tho collector that
all tho Chinese had been ordered to
comply with the requirements of the
law, Rlordan wished to know when
the collector would bo ready to enter
upon the work, and was luforrned that
about December 1 ho would be prepared
to commence their registration.
RebtU Are Well Fixed.
NkwYohk, Nov. 20. A World's
Buenos Ayres dispatch says a Rio our
nallst named Mur t has arrived here.
He Is a refugee. He says the revolu
tionists have 10 firstolasa warships, 23
minor warship aud 3000 meu lu the
fleet. Provisions are n abuudaucr.
The damage caused by thebombaid
raent is already enormous. Nlotheroy
has been almost completely destroyed,
The rebel fleet, he says, is anxiously
awaiting Pelxoto's new squadron and
anxious to give them battle. He says
the report that Admiral Mello favors
the restoration of the monarchy aud
The warrants for the col!
tion of tho assessments for
improvement of North Cll
meroial, Ferry, State, CcL
and Centtr Btreots, have b
issued, and will bo placed
the hands of tho marshal
execution Monday morni
Costs will then commeno to r
Parties desiring to save ad
tional expense, must pay,
Saorkmento, Cal., Nov, 30.- A s;
lal from Folaem says the prison din
ore, at a meeting Saturday, took til
first action under the parole law.fj
prisoner under sentence from Shi!
county for murder was granted a p
nrwl Jnlin Mnnkev will srlve him
ployment and be responsible for a
A Pitt river Indlau cluf was also :
oled. He was sentenced for klllld
medicine man who had fal ed to c
his (the ohlefs) brothor. This was
custom of the tribe, but the peopl
Modoo. wauted to put a stop to it (
caused the chief to bo arrested and prf j
cuted, Tho superior Judge aud othit
believing the desired eud.tqMve bf,
reached, rocommended the chiefs i,
ole. The application of Calvin Prt
the embezzlor, was referred by GoveJ
or Markham to the board. Pratt u
called before tho directors, but ileclln'
to stato where tho money Is and
ferrlng to servo the remaining
vears rather than kIvo It up no fcctl
urna inhnn. i
St. Paul, Nov. 20. The fr
tho Northwest, realizing thesba
of wheat, have held several meeting!!
dlscuts tho situation and decry P
causes of tho unprecedented low pm
In tho face of this shortage. As at
suit, another "hold-your-wlieat" oife
lar has been Issued from Pierre, L
roads In part ns follews:
'Every country In Europe, ex
Russia, has this year had a snort wbt
crop. Our own crop is at least 100,00
000 bushels under that of last yew oj
200,000,000 less than raised In 1891, T
general fluauclsl stringency of the 1
six mouths has brought out large st'
piles for all. Tho harvest this year hi
been a poor ono, while the exports ttj
fall havo been large, amounting
about 80,000,000 bushels since the he
vest bogan. After a thorough loves
gatlon of the conditions exletiriff, V
fuel certain that tho year 1894 will brt)
muou higher prices, and doiwthl
tate to urge Northwestern producers,!
hold their wheat In band for a Jsg,
citato of Ohio, City of Toledo"!
Lucas county, ) , .
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that Ii
Is the senior partner of the firm of F.'i
Cheney & Co., doing business la ttj
cltv of Toledo, county and state vnm
said, and that said Arm will pay
sum of one hundred aoiisrs roc
and every case of catarrh that e
tm cured bv the uso of Hall's O
Cure. KBANK J. UHWiwrK
Sworn to before me and sufceedtr
in my presence, this Oth day of Deoaf
her, A. D 1880.
A, A. W. QutAMK I
HEAL V notary
Hall's Catarrh Cure is token la
nil anta rilroctlv on the WOOU i
cuius surfaces to the eystew, Send
F, J, Chknkv fc Co., Toledo, 01
Br&old by druggists, 75 eta.
fire if Owe. ?
CRNTiUfc roiNT, Nov. .peeW
About 2 o'clock Sunday aftereo tt
rwldence of T. MoGrwIec wee dsswf
eredon fire. The cUImm UmwssH
and forwlog a bucket btUjode,
the structure, although tkoloekUa
the furniture wew badly slawsd. T
loss will be no less thn 0, sd t
reported that the bow
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Mitchell's shoe at itrauase iror, ior j ja of government I or of Braall Is a foul clumny. I wkfck l
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